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Page 128 text:
First Row: Henry Frantz, Johnny Mastin, Paul Hatcher, Jerry Frank Second Row: Kellogg Hunt, Pete Arthur, Ralph Thomas, William Musselman Third Row: Mr. Johnston, Jesse Chapman, Glenn Parr, Jimmy Candler, Milan Christley MONOGRAM CLUB OFFICERS Paul Hatcher, President Jerry Frank, Vice Pres ident Henry Frantz, Secretary Johnny Mastin, Treasurer Mr. Johnston, Sponsor The Monogram Club is made up of boys who have earned their letters in various sports. Since many hours of hard work and practice are required to become a member, it is an honor that is well earned. This year the Monogram Club took part in many activities. At Christmas they gave two baskets to needy people; during football season they co-sponsored, with the cheerleaders, an after-game hop; on May 8, an assembly, sponsored by Monogram members, was presented to award letters to the boys who have earned them this year. Good sportsmanship and clean playing are two factors which the boys of the Monogram Club strive to uphold in their everyday living. 4 124 L
Page 127 text:
STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Suzanne Barnard, President Mary Jane Darnell, Vice President Martha Anne Edwards, Secretary Carolyn Ferguson, Treasurer Mrs. Smith, Sponsor Mrs. Brauer, Sponsor The members of the Student Christian Association are interested in upholding Christian stand¬ ards in the school and putting them into the school life of every student. The club had a variety of religious programs, which were interesting as well as educational. Several local preachers and a national youth director participated in their programs. Jefferson and William Fleming presented a music program to the club which was enjoyed very much. The “Roanoke Youth for Christ” was supported by the Student Christian Association this year. Several students from Andrew Lewis have been made reporters who represent Andrew Lewis and report the progress made by the “Youth for Christ.” They feel that they have been blessed this year as the club now consists of about one hundred and forty members. This has been a very successful year and the S. C. A. is looking forward to an even better one next year. 123 Yj-
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First Row: Mary Jean Simpson, Florence Robey, Christine Kessler, Miss Martin, Diane Drew, Elmira Poff, Betty Lou Vinyard Second Row: Sylvia Tinnell, Mary Gallion, Gail Orr, Mary Barr, Lois Francisco, Barbara Martin, Barbara Carroll Third Row: Ninevah Turman, Dean Phoenix, Barbara Turman, Betty Lancaster, Corine Walters, Ruth Thompson Fourth Row: Barbara Cooper, Jane Bell, Vicky Clark, Claudine Dillon Fifth Row: Susan Hackman, Faye Hensley, Amy Cramer, Clara Lewis, Sue Hairston SPORTS CLUB Florence Robey, President Christine Kessler, Vice President Diane Drew, Secretary Elmira Poff, Treasurer Barbara Carroll, Recorder Miss Martin, Sponsor The Sports Club has enjoyed a year of much activity and fun under the energetic leadership of Florence Robey. The year opened with members attending a hockey clinic at Roanoke College. The college hockey team demonstrated proper techniques. Then under college supervision girls from surrounding high school teams played together. The annual homecoming hop, which is the biggest affair of the football season, is annually sponsored by the Sports Club. A court is chosen by the Monogram Club. The girl with the highest number of votes is named queen, the next highest, maid-of-honor. A new precedent was established by the club in their election of a king. Entertainment was provided in the form of a talent show with students from the entire school participating. An event much looked forward to by the club members is a potluck supper held at the home of a sponsor or member. This year it was at the home of Miss Jimmie Martin. 4 125 }
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